Real browser developers don't print...
Jugimaster's claim was weird to say the least. In order to use specific DNS-servers, the client would have to alter system settings. That's something only malware does.
Quote from: krake on 2014-02-24, 11:25:21Jugimaster's claim was weird to say the least. In order to use specific DNS-servers, the client would have to alter system settings.Neither host nor dig nor nslookup (deprecated) alter any system settings. Ignoring system settings, on the other hand... Chrome does plenty of it.
Jugimaster's claim was weird to say the least. In order to use specific DNS-servers, the client would have to alter system settings.
BTW, I never used Chromium or a Chromium based browser except for testing Chropera twice (once for 10 min and today for 5 min).Could you make a list of user/sytem settings ignored by Chrome?Not that I'm interested in Chrome but nice to know about nevertheless
I'm not a browser developer.
At a project long after I left Opera, where precision printing actually was important, after some testing around, I used one version of Firefox for that particular printer and was very careful not to upgrade or change the environment.
According to Sagrid, the Google DNS might be contacted when using the Turbo/Off-Road mode. If that's the case, the user has chosen to use a proxy in an unclear, dynamic location.
The time has come. Opera forums are now turning read-only. They could just leave them as an archive for at least a couple of years. Unless they are ashamed of the past.
Join the Opera Space Browser testing program!
It's the final countdown.
It's one of those times when I feel that the Internet has way too much Law in it nowadays. What difference does it make when a site is "closed" versus "open". I can't exactly go to My Opera and ask to remove parts of it that I deem to have become intrusive to my privacy. The staff would have a hard time servicing such requests.
They've removed Jon's attempt to swim across the Atlantic.
This board is about browsers - not communities.
Note: I've just had a go at checking the new forums. Still not ready for prime time, buggy as a house full of termites. I couldn't stay long before it went dead and tried to 86 my browser
Josh, before you ask: 86 is Trucker lingo for trashing your system. It's part of the CB-Radio 10-code, in this case 10-86.
Quote from: Josh on 2014-02-26, 12:05:38This board is about browsers - not communities.If you had any idea about what Opera browser is, or was supposed to be, you wouldn't open your mouth for saying such imbecilities.Opera mail was part of opera browser, cappice palerma?
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